Definition of Rattails

1. Noun. (plural of rattail) ¹



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Definition of Rattails

1. rattail [n] - See also: rattail

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rattails

ratoos
ratos
ratpack
ratpacks
ratproof
rats
ratsbane
ratsbanes
ratskin
ratskins
rattail
rattail cactus
rattail fish
rattailed
rattails (current term)
rattan
rattan cane
rattan palm
rattans
ratted
ratteen
ratteens
ratten
rattened
rattener
ratteners
rattening
rattens
ratter

Literary usage of Rattails

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1. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1889)
"... necklace of rattails, her father with a spear, itc., and her mother with something else. The young woman builds a hut, and they live together afterwards ..."

2. A Winter of Content by Laura Lee Davidson (1922)
"His greasy, black hair hung in rattails on the turned-up collar of a dingy red sweater. He wore a ragged squirrel-skin cap, tail hanging down behind—which ..."

3. The how and why of Radio Apparatus: A Treatise on the Principles Underlying by Harry Winfield Secor (1920)
"This applies to the free end of the antenna; no jumper wire being required at the opposite end, where the lead-in rattails are led off. ..."

4. Beyond the Golden Gate: Oceanography, Geology, Biology, and Environmental by Herman A. Karl (2001)
"Dover sole, sablefish, and rock- fish have this type of life history; however, most species living deeper, such as rattails, deep-sea soles, ..."

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